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In the 1920s, investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital observed increased calcium excretion in hyperthyroidism and that it occurred independently of parathyroid hormone.
The product has already been proven to safely and effectively manage cats with hyperthyroidism.
A study (19) found that bone density of 25 T4-treated women who had received radioiodine therapy for hyperthyroidism did not differ from 25 comparable women with primary hypothyroidism receiving T4 treatment.
This indicates that clinical management of hyperthyroidism is still largely rooted in expert opinion and personal experience.
The odds of subclinical hyperthyroidism were also elevated in relation to [SIGMA]PBDEs and BDEs 100 and 153.
The patient had no classic symptoms of hyperthyroidism (heat intolerance, palpitations, weight loss) and had gained 6 pounds since his radiation treatment.
Graves' disease, another autoimmune condition, is the leading cause of hyperthyroidism, accounting for 85 percent of hyperthyroidism cases.
The signs and symptoms of hyperthyroidism affect the entire body (Becker et al.
A number of studies have attempted to establish the optimal dose of RAI for inducing cure of hyperthyroidism while avoiding the development of hypothyroidism.
In this way, one may also exclude latent hyperthyroidism prior to coronary angiography as well as dyslipidemia secondary to hypothyroidism, for which statins do not represent a first-line therapy.